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Harris poll on ugly produce shows disconnect between attitudes, action

A recent Harris poll shows only 28% of more than 2,000 people surveyed said they recalled buying “ugly” produce in the last year — even though 62% of those surveyed said they would be at least somewhat comfortable eating such produce. With retailers Whole Foods, Giant Eagle, Hannaford and Wal-Mart offering such produce in pilot programs, Harris conducted the poll to better understand the trend.
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